Monthly Archives: July 2018

Sermon: “The Welcome Table” (7/29/18) John 6:1-15

Thousands had gathered to hear the traveling teacher.  News of his kindness, his talk of hopefulness, and his acts of healing had spread throughout the region.  When they heard the teacher and his disciples had landed on the beach in … Continue reading

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Sermon: The Limits of Hospitality; (Mark 6:1-13) [7/8//18]

Week before last, I attended songwriting camp.  As she drove to camp, my good friend Kate penned a song that was inspired by her one-year-old grandchild. I like to play a special game // Peek-a-boo baby is its name Around … Continue reading

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Sermon: “Calming Each Other’s Storms” (Mk. 4:35-41) [6/24/18]

(Glyn Norman) Have you ever gone through a rough time?  What got you through it?  I was struck by something Greg Clemons said during prayer time a couple weeks ago.  Greg told us about his struggle with depression and anxiety.  … Continue reading

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